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THE NORTH PLATTE SHjMI-'VVEEKI.Y TRIBUNE
CLINTON, THE JEWELER CLINTON & SON, The Eye Class Men Sign of The Big Ring Satisfaction Sure Try Us. Graduate Opticians , lng places within the county of Lin-' and Buildings. , coin, the stato of Nebraska, on Tmos Ono Itnllway Commissioner day, tho sovonth day of November. Ono Superintendent of Tubllc In- 1922, during tho hours designated stnlctlon. by law, for. tho following purpose, to-1 For tho election of ons Stale Son w,t! ntor from tho thirteenth Sonltorlal For tho election of ono United District, ns apportioned by tho Scs i States Senator. ! slon Laws of 1921. I For tho elccilon of ono Judgo of For the election of ono Stato Itop j the Supromo court for tho sixth resentatlvo from tho Eighty-ninth I Supremo Court Judicial District, as roprosontntlvo district, as apportlon i provided by tho constitution of tho'ed by tho Session Laws of 1921. State of Nebraska. For tho election of ono Congress. ', man from tho Sixth Congressional District in tho stato of Nebraska. Also for tho election of one Con gressman In and for tho Sixth Con gressional District to fill vacancy SPEGIALLY WRITTEN IL malnder camo from Cuba. Fill READERS INFORMATION ABOUT AGRICDl TUilAL SUBJECTS FROM RELIABLE SOURCES Tho general rango of potato prices this season was from one-third to two thirds that of tho corresponding time last season, says tho United States Department of Agriculture Meadow fdsouo or English blue grass is produced in eastern Kansas and western Missouri. Most of it is exported to European countries, chiefly Germany, says tho United States Department of Agriculture. Arkansas farmers and their families ,nro carrying on ovor 39,000 demonstra tions In improved farm nnd farm-1 home practices, In co-operation with extension workers, according to a ro i port rccolved by tho United States I Dpartment of Agriculture, These in-, ; elude demonstrations In horticulture, soil improvement, .cooperative mark j otlng, llvcfstock Improvement, field , crops, food production, conservation and preparation, textiles, and cloth ing. In addition to the work being! done by adult farmers and farm wo- j men, nearly 10,000 farm boys aiyd i girls aro enrolled Jn demonstration! work with corn, pigs, calves, poultry,: gardening, canning, sowing and bread making. I PRETTIEST GIRL IN UNITED STATES Nearly 3,700,'iO't gallons of maplo syrup were produced last spring in the 13 important producing stat33, tho largest in four years, and 53 per cent more than In 1921, according to to tho United States Department of Agriculture. That the business of tho Nation is turning moro and more to highway j transportation is indicated by statis tics on motor-vehicle registration as July 1, compiled by the Bureau of Public Roads of tho United States De-J partment of Agriculture. Rxsglstra- j tlon of passenger cars, taxis, busses and motor trucks toatled 10,G20,471 on ! this dato an Increase of 157,176, which Is a healthy growth, as tho first i hnlf of tho year Is tho off season for registration of new vehicles. Tho surprising fact, however, is Roports received by tho United States Department of Agriculture in dicate that 2,215,000 rarmors, or an average of about 1,100 per county. , that of tho 157174 ,ncrcaso m regla auuiuuu .ueuiuu airouuccu oy mo traton. motor trucks constituted, county extension agent In handling 11G701 gamst 35030 passcnger carsl their live stock or crops In 1921. am, n443 tax,g ftna busges Selected seed corn was planted on mcau8 an Increase of over 1C per cant 1,000,000 additional acres In 1921 r lho number of motor trucks at tho through th0 Influence of demonstra-' beginning of tho year. Figures arol tlons by county extension workers. not available to show what part of according to tho United States Do- the increase of 5,443, or nearly 11 per, partmont of Agriculture, and 160,000 cont- ln tho taxl antl uua registration j farmers selected seed corn for tho ls duo to tho Increase in tho number uoxt year's use. o busses kravorslng rural and subur-, ban routes, but It is very probablo! .The reduction of jcrimson clover that a considerable part of tho In-! seed In the United States has never , crease is duo to tho development, or equalled the planting requirements this now form of transportation, in this country and considerable it i,B been freqently said that the" quanltios aro Imported each year from traffic is always ready and waiting France and Germany, according to the when good roads aro built, and that United tates Department of Agricul- the commercial vehlclo as a class 13 turo. - more handicapped by lack of good roads than the pleasure vehicle. Tho A community club of farm women incrcago ln tue regIstvation of com-1 in Cherokee County, Kans., according, mcrcia venlcleg( coupltid ,Vith the, to statements to the United States Do- prosont actlvlty m ulghwny construe-, partment or Agriculture, roports Uon, seems to bear out this statement ; 065 healthy chicks from hatches to- ,n Ul0 op,n,on Qf tuo ,loparlmont of, as taling 2,468, as a result of following-' flcIalg crlbctl road must file the same in tho caused by tho death of Moses I. tho methods of sanitation and feeding Tho' table of statistics issued by tho offlco of 11,0 Count.v Clork of Lincoln KInkald. the volo for said Congress- domonstrated by the county extension b , registration of 9.407,- Count'' Nebraska, on or before 12 'a " J b J " "P?1" "V cnt- 874 private cars, te,990 tais and o'ctoek noon of tho 10th day of Nov. ?ntutwFJi. xiv fnnnwlnn,iB nf n.nnaA'bussess, and 1,096,005 motor trucks, , 1922- or said road will bo allowed ed by law. nt .inmonstrato.1 bv the extension ' making a total of 10,020,471. Motor ; iout renco thereto. , (See Section 2250 of tho Complied witenss my nanu nnu official seal , omuiies ui iuaa.; pv 'TIM 8 Mary Kathcrfne Campbell, of Columbus, I Ohio, was crowned National Beauty Queen KWli 1 for 1922 in the Annual Pageant at Atlantic TO I City. She is 16 years old, S feet S inches in W height, and weighs 133 pounds. She swims, vmw m I rides, dances and goes to school. She tri- Mra W g umped over 170 other American beauty win- VfV n ncrs from as many different towns and cities 1 r- jH V7 B in the U S. IUL JPt. U mm " For tho election of ono Stato re presentative from tho Nlntloth re presentative district, as apportioned by tho session laws of 1921. At tho samo tlmo and placo of holding tho said election thero will bo submitted fo r ndoptlon or rejec tion under tho referendum, as pro vided by tho constitution Houso Roll No. 62, Houso Roll No. 193, Houso Roll No. 617, and Sonnto Fllo No. 305, said bills having boon passed by tho Fortieth Regular Sosslon of tho Legislature of tho Slnto of Nobraska ' for 1921. Also tho following county officers, to-wlt: Ono County Clerk. Ono Roglstor of Deeds, j Ono County Treasurer. I Ono County Sheriff. , Ono County Attorney j Ono County Surveyor Ono County Commissioner, Second. I District. Orio County Superintendent of Pu I bile Instruction. Also following Precinct offlcors: Ono Precinct Assessor. Ono Justlco of Penco for each pre cinct. Polls opon from 8 o'clock a. m. to 8 o'clock p.' m. Ono Road Ovcrscor for each road District. . Givon under my hand and tho seal of Lincoln county, stato of Ne braska, this 29th day of Sept, A. D. 1922. A. S. ALLEN, County Clork. SPECIAL FEATURES WRITTEN IN COMBINATION "WITH STANDARD LIFE POLICIES Non-Cancollablo Accidont and Health Insurance Double Indemnity Provisions. 1 Speclfio Dismemberment Provisions. Disability Income Clause. Monthly Lifo Income Provisions. Puro and Installment Incomo Bndowmont Provisions. Premium Waiver Clause Post Mortem Dividends. Full Participation In all Surplus. Automatic Non-forfolturo Clause. Insurance that Insures Protection that Protects Fidelity Reserve Company Homo Office Fourth and Locust Streets, North Platte, Nob. ment demonstrated by tho extension x i I cvcles are not Included, there belnrc , . , .. , -4Qf)24 mmlnsst tlOR321 ntf tho hr- 11118 8t" day Oi September 1922, .inn nnnnilH nf huttor n vcar was In-1 aiJ5 against hju,.sx to mo no-, . , creased from 9 in tho first year to 41 j Pining of tho year, In tho second of tho six dairy herds in tho Clark County (Ind.) Cow-Test. EXTENSION ROAD SO. 199 ing Association, according to reports To Whom It May Concern: to. tho United States Department of t A consent petition, as follows: A. S. ALLEN, County Clork. FOR SALE Agriculture. In tho spring of 1921 seven farmers in a Georgia county were induced by tho county extension agent to make a trial cooporatlvo shipment of 20 pounds of surplus cream. In Juno, 1922, fourteen months later, accord ing to a report made to the United States Department of Agriculture, this now farm industry had grown to the cxtont of 10,000 pounds shipped from that county during the month. Moro than half of tho sugar con sumed in tho United States comes from foreign sources, reports tho United Statos Department o Agricul ture. Of tho 5,632,599 short tons con sumed during tho year ending Juno 30, 1922, 1,348,190 tons wore produced In tho United States, Hawaii, Porto Rico land tho Philippines supplied 1,334,553 tons and most of tho "Winter apples at 50c per bushel. Pick them yourself. Also fresh cider. Como on Sunday. George Stewart, 6 mllos northwest of North Platte on Commencing at tho northeast cor ner of section 35, township 15, rango 33, running thence west on tho sec- U0 oW DnUon uon line ooiween section 3D anu zt, . township 15, rango 33 to tho north Dancoland greets you ovory Satur west corner of said section 35 thenco'day night, south along tho west- section lino of ! - section 35 to tho southwest corner of I ULT3CTION PROCLAMATION, soctlon 35, said road to bo a section I By virturo of tho authority vested lino road and to be 66 feet wide, to-wlt in mo by tho constitution nnd tho 33 feet on oach sido of said section,,aws of tho Btato of Nobraska, I. A. S. Alien, county cleric of uncoin Also for tho ejection of tho fol lowing Stato Officers, to-wit: Ono Governor Ono Lieutenant Governor Oiio Secretary of Stato One Auditor of Public Accounts Ono Stato Treasurer. i Ono Attorney General J One Commissioner of Public Lands t , This Is The Store' ! That Value Built THIS IS SOMETHING MORE THAN MERE PROFIT lo the healthy survival of a store. WE WANT TO GROW , WITH THE ESTEEM OF our customers or nof at all. Our husincss will progress as long as it continues to give quality merchandise at moderate price and courteous service with every pur chase. OUR - MERCHANDISE BEARS THE LABEL oi the most reputable makers. Good Suits and Overcoats (11 7 SO ' and up North Platte's Foremost Clothier for Men and Boys. Hno. Anyone having objections there to or claims for damages by reason of tho establishing of tho abovo des- county, stato of Nobraska ,do hereby direct and proclaim that a general election bo hold in tho several vot- rc- WhcninNorthPlatte COMG AND SEE US Hotel Palace Palace Cafe PalaceBazaar Everything reasonable. Station. first cIbbs and prices Opposite Union Pacific I A Travelers Life, Accident or Health Policy taken out through this agency assures you a friend whose business it is to provide financial assistance in time of trouble. 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